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Health insurance will tame catastrophic hospital expenditure – Governor Masari




Governor, Aminu Bello Masari has stated the Katsina State Contributory Healthcare Administration Company (KTSCHMA), which he signed into legislation two years in the past, will tame the catastrophic well being care expenditure taking a toll on public servants within the state.

Governor Masari made the disclosure through the official flag-off of the scheme on Thursday.

The Governor stated the invoice establishing the scheme which he signed into legislation on December 27, 2018, has over 260,000 enrollees within the Formal Sector Program and the state’s 53,241 susceptible inhabitants can be lined underneath the Primary Healthcare Provision Fund (BHCPF).

Governor Masari on the occasion reiterated his resolve to attain common well being protection for all residents of Katsina with nobody left behind in accessing healthcare.

He stated his administration will proceed to work assiduously to supply a reputable and sustainable mechanism for the pooling of assets to finance healthcare provisions in each formal and casual sector applications.

“Women and gents, the first goal of Katsina State Contributory Healthcare Administration Company is to considerably cut back catastrophic Healthcare expenditure among the many inhabitants of Katsina State residents. Such will likely be possible by guaranteeing ample and sustainable funding that will likely be effectively and equitably used to supply high quality well being providers and guarantee monetary danger safety for all Katsina State residents. That is consistent with the nationwide drive for attaining common well being protection,” Governor Masari stated

The Chairman of the board, board, Ismaila Isa Kaita, counseled the Governor for his foresight and guaranteed that the company would do all that’s needful for the company to thrive and obtain its set targets and targets.

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